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Most commonly offered as a leather dress shoe, brogues may also come in the form of boots, canvas or leather sneakers or any other shoe type that includes or evokes the multi-piece construction and perforated, serrated edges characteristic of brogues. Here is an example of derby style brogue shoes for men.
Brogue styles are determined by the shape of the toe cap and include the commonly available full brogue or "wingtip" in the United States , semi-brogue and quarter brogue styles, and may also be found in the less common longwing brogue style. Full brogues also known as wingtips are characterised by a pointed toe cap with extensions wings that run along both sides of the toe, terminating near the ball of the foot.
Viewed from the top, this toe cap style is "W" shaped and looks similar to a bird with extended wings, explaining the style name "wingtips" that is commonly used in the United States.
The toe cap of a full brogue is both perforated and serrated along its edges and includes additional decorative perforations in the center of the toe cap. A shoe with a wingtip-style toecap but no perforations is known as an "austerity brogue", while a plain-toe shoe with wingtip-style perforations is a "blind brogue".
Spectator shoes British English: Co-respondent shoes are full brogue Oxfords constructed from two contrasting colours, typically having the toe and heel cap and sometimes the lace panels in a darker color than the main body of the shoe.
The ghillie style of full brogue has no tongue, to facilitate drying, and long laces that wrap around the leg above the ankle and tie below the calf to facilitate keeping the tie clear of mud.
Despite the functional aspects of their design, ghillie brogues are most commonly seen as a component of traditional, formal Scottish dress and are worn primarily for social occasions.
Semi-brogues also known as half brogues are characterised by a toe cap with decorative perforations and serration along the cap's edge and includes additional decorative perforations in the center of the toe cap.
The half brogue was first designed and produced by John Lobb Ltd. Quarter brogues are characterised by a cap toe with decorative perforations and serrations along the cap's edge, however, unlike semi-brogues, quarter brogues have no decorative perforations in the center of the toe cap. Quarter brogues are more formal than semi brogues and full brogues; they are the most formal of dress shoes with brogueing, making them the ideal fit to pair with business attire suits.
Longwing brogues also known in the US as "English" brogues, and in the UK as "American" brogues [ citation needed ] are Derby style shoes characterised by a pointed toe cap with wings that extend the full length of the shoe, meeting at a center seam at the heel. Longwing Derby brogues were most popular in the US during the s, and although the popularity of this style has decreased, it remains available. Closure style is not a defining characteristic of the brogue and therefore brogues can be found in a variety of closure styles.
Brogues are commonly available in laced Oxford, Derby or ghillie styles, but can also be found as buckle and monk strap shoes and slip-on shoes with or without elastic closures. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the shoe. For the accent, see Brogue.
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